St. Patrick’s Day in Poland: Festiwal św. Patryka
News06 March 2020
Update as at 12 March 2020: Due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, it is necessary that a significant number of St. Patrick’s Day events have been cancelled or postponed. The Embassy recommends that you follow the advice of local Polish authorities, in particular the Chief Sanitary Inspector, and check the status of individual events with event organisers.
First version of news item:
Festiwal św. Patryka will take place across Poland
St. Patrick’s Day, Ireland’s National Day, is celebrated in Poland and around the world every year. As part of Festiwal św. Patryka, events – concerts, exhibitions, lectures and “Irish Days” – will take place all across the country. For example:
- In Warsaw, the St. Patrick’s Foundation Irish Ball will take place on Saturday 14 March. On St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday 17 March, Clara Rose will give a concert for the Warsaw Irish Pop-up Club.
- In Kraków, the Wind Dancer show on Sunday 15 March is sure to impress!
- In Łódź, the OFF Piotrkowska Center has a week-long celebration with fashion, dancing workshops and more from 13 – 16 March.
- In Wrocław, a Family Day will take place at the National Museum on Sunday 7 March.
- In Poznań, Dni św. Patryka, runs from 9 March – 23 March. Check out the Irish Culture Foundation’s Facebook page for more info!
- In Gdańsk, don’t miss the party in Klub Atelier, there will be music and dancing!
That’s just a small taste of the action! Click below to download the calendar of events as at 6 March 2020. Baw się jak w Irlandii!
Please be aware that the situation concerning COVID-19 is rapidly evolving. Please check with individual event organisers regarding the status of events, and consult the latest advice from the Polish authorities at: https://www.gov.pl/web/koronawirus.
Polish cities will join the Global Greening campaign and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by lighting up famous buildings in green on 17 March.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the Embassy of Ireland!